Architect and BIM Coordinator at the Brazilian Airport Infrastructure Company – INFRAERO. International certification by the Airport Council International (ACI) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) as an Airport Safety Professional (ASP). Professor and Coordinator of postgraduate courses in disciplines involving the use of BIM Methodology and Airport Infrastructure. Master in Civil Engineering and PhD student at the Federal University of Espírito Santo with a theme involving the integration of BIM with Life Cycle Assessment. More than 10 years of experience in the execution of Projects and Technical Consultancies for several Brazilian airports, such as: Vitória -ES, Navegantes-SC, Campo Grande - MS, Congonhas-SP, Uberlândia-MG, Montes Claros-MG, Macapá-AP, Maringá-PR, Macaé-RJ, among others.
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The engineering project for the expansion and modernization of the Passenger Terminal for Maringá Airport, Paraná, Brazil, was carried out by the Brazilian Airport Infrastructure Company – INFRAERO. In order for the construction to obtain the benefits established with the use of BIM, the BIM Execution Plan was conceived for the project as a key element of the process. The document was strategically elaborated with a view to improving the performance of the information management process during the development of the Project and its adoption and understanding by the Project team. For this purpose, roles and responsibilities were properly defined and understood by the Project team and by those responsible for the attributions. Cyclical models optimization processes were also adopted, by means of forecasting BIM Coordination Meetings in a schedule. These meetings, led by the BIM Coordinator, included individual and federated model audits in order to ensure that the requirements set out in the reference documents were met. The use of BIM in the Project made it possible to improve project solutions and facilitate the understanding of the Project development process by the entire team and stakeholders, thus allowing for high levels of collaboration. A gradual reduction in the number of interferences and inconsistencies was also noted, even with an increase in the number of disciplines and levels of detail and information in the models. The use of BIM was developed with the understanding that the development of engineering projects must be understood as a process and this needs to be rigorously planned in its initial phases and executed according to this planning. Final deliverables will be the results of a careful planning and execution process of the project development process. quality assurance of bim models; project execution process planning; information management; case study; bim at airports
Lessons Learned from a BIM Coordinator in Airport Engineering and the Case Study of the Engineering Project for the Passenger Terminal at Maringá Airport, Paraná, Brazil